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enter image description here got this bike for free at a local car repair service. It had been sitting there for a long time.

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    All the hall marks of a cheap mass produced bike. No way to identify unless you get lucky around someone recognizing that tube/head set gusset. No intrinsic value. – mattnz Sep 14 '17 at 4:27
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    As it lies, that's some scrap steel. If you find some wheels it could be a BMX again. Other than that there's literally not a lot to go on. The one-piece crank shows its a low-end bike. – Criggie Sep 14 '17 at 12:45
  • It's a little better than your average BSO -- I can believe the suggestion that it's a Mongoose. But it's not really worth anything, unless you want to built it up as a hobby. – Daniel R Hicks Sep 16 '17 at 21:05
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That bike frame is a Mongoose.

My parents bought one for me at Christmas in the late 70's. It was known and very popular for the rims it came with, which were called "moto-mags"

From Google Image search, via pinterest.  https://i.pinimg.com/736x/f1/c6/9a/f1c69a1b3ba9a33a18e8cc58243afc75--bmx-bikes-mongoose-bmx.jpg

  • Excellent answer - I've edited in an image that has the same gusset behind the head tube. If its not what you meant, feel free to change it with the Edit link. I notice this one has a different crank and chainring, and the fork appears much skinnier than OP's one. – Criggie Sep 16 '17 at 22:51

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